Unseasonable July rains ended

The mountains are shredding the cloudsDuring the past week as I’ve been recuperating from the surgery, I’ve not regretted staying in because we have been experiencing some very unseasonable wet weather. It is over. [The rest of this post is in the next pane. Click the title if you cannot see it… ]

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My friends in the east will wonder what I am talking about. This is, after all, Canada’s wet west coast.

We do live in a rain forest, and there is lots of precipitation here. But not from early in July until the end of August. Normally, this period is such a drought that the concern is forest fires and having enough water. After this week, everything is soaked.

panorama of clouds after rainBut suddenly this evening I looked out and there were shafts of sunlight. By the time I went for a walk on Bowen Island, the mountains around Howe Sound seemed to be shredding the clouds.

A strong ridge of high pressure is building, and we will have sunny skies for the rest of the week.

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